Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/8/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 August 2018
Highlights this week: An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan and Minister for Equality David Stanton have announced a new business group to recommend on how more women can be involved in decision-making at the top level of businesses in Ireland; according to new research there have been more than 1,100 reports of data breaches involving personal information made to the Data Protection Commission since GDPR came into effect; record numbers of children are benefiting from the government’s childcare schemes with the total number of children exceeding 200,000 for the first time; and to mark UN World Day against Trafficking of Persons the WRC is asking the public to be
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